>> martin, we are running out of time on this. you were detained for some time. how would you describe what the al jazeera journalists are going through at this moment. i know it's a different detention to yours, different country, but how would you describe their mental state and what they face? >> i mean the worse fear being locked up as a prisoner of conscience is to be forgotten. it's not there, the scream of the tortured prisoners or the companies in the prison, it's the fear of being forgotten. i remember the days i was taken to court you were exhausted from the new impressions, but to see the colleagues there, people protesting, writing, tweeting, that boosts your moral. and to have, to see people carrying on, journalism is more important than food and water when you are locked up.